Building societies on Mars. An interview with the awarded Space Architect Alfredo Muñoz

In this interview Space Architect Alfredo Muñoz, founder of ABIBOO studio, talks about his work on Nüwa City, the first sustainable city on Mars.

About Nüwa City: The future capital of Mars

Who is Space Architect Alfredo Muñoz?

He has designed and managed more than six million square meters across five continents.

He has been named one of the most influential Spanish architects and he is the only architect among the Young European Leaders (EYL40). Under Alfredo’s leadership, ABIBOO Studio has designed projects on various scales.

Mars is not the plan b. Some people ask me: “why you want to go to mars, if we have so much problems on earth?”. we need to solve the problem we have on earth and learning from creating a new settlement on mars.

The firm has operations in the US, Spain, and India, and has served that range from $10+billion conglomerates to government institutions to private high-net-worth individuals. Before founding ABIBOO, Alfred held senior roles at Toyo Ito (Pritzker Prize) and Skidmore, Owings & Mellill. Alfredo’s work has been featured internationally in media outlets such as the New York Times, Wallpaper, and Domus, among many others.

He is also the patent holder for innovations in the fields of architecture and consumers good.

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